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Gabon: Large Mammals Are Back in Gabon's Batéké Park
Monitoring mammal species is a crucial conservation tool. This is particularly true in ecological transition zones - geographical areas in which different habitats, like grassland… Read more »
Gabon: Why There May Be a Silver Lining to Ali Bongo's Power Grab
Despite Gabon's vast oil wealth a third of its citizens live on $1.25 a day or less. In fact, the country is best known for having had one of the longest serving leaders in modern… Read more »
October 05, 2016
Gabon: No Sign of Family Dynasty Being Displaced
For the second time in seven years, a presidential election in Gabon has triggered violent unrest. Rich in oil, uranium and manganese, Gabon now faces a turbulent future. Incumbent… Read more »
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